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Category Archives: How artificial are we already?
How Artificial Are We? Over the last several decades, the human race has made extreme strides technologically. First world countries such as the United States, China, and Japan have developed various technologies that have changed the way humans deal with … Continue reading
In the modern world, the typical and natural human body has become significantly “polluted” by the artificiality of technological innovation. Opthalmological advancements have produced various forms of lenses that alter the color of the eye and its perception in order … Continue reading
As technology progresses, humans are becoming so reliant on it that the lines between natural body and artificial enhancements are starting to blur. An area where these advancements are very apparent is medicine. Thanks to modern medicine, the diseases and … Continue reading
At the most basic level, humans are simply animals. Food, water, and shelter are the only true primal needs. And yet technology continues to develop, becoming grander and more powerful in scope and ability every day. The human race has … Continue reading
Modern medicine has led to the human body becoming artificial. Our bodies no longer operate by themselves because we have become dependent on medicines, vitamins, and stimulants. I would argue that this makes us artificial because we are wittingly manipulating … Continue reading
As society continues to advance, new technologies continue to be developed with intentions of improving individuals’ quality of life. Some such technologies grant improved vision to those with poor eyesight, allow those without limbs to run, swim, and ski, and … Continue reading
Over the last several decades, the human race has made extreme strides technologically. First world countries such as the United States, China, and Japan have developed various technologies that have changed the way humans deal with bodily illness and decay. … Continue reading
Humans currently employ countless technological devices on a day-to-day basis, in addition to reaping the medicinal benefits supplied by technology. Compared to how mankind has been for the vast majority of time, humans are highly artificial. The reliance on technology … Continue reading
In explaining how artificial we have already become, we must first determine what makes us artificial. Do we become artificial by combining our flesh bodies with constructed technologies such as prostheses, by putting chemicals into our bodies to regulate our … Continue reading
Though not physically connected to the body, technology has progressed to the point that the human body relies on it. From devices as simple as watches and alarm clocks to iPhones and laptops, society is extremely dependent on technology. Watches … Continue reading